American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of northeast New Jersey, a residential suburb of New York City. Population: 37,300.
“MONTCLAIR -- A 17-year-old girl Montclair resident was recovering Sunday from a gunshot wound Saturday night to her chest.”
“The situation in Montclair is so different, it's almost a tale of two cities.”
“You know, the Frenchness of the word Montclair never struck me before.”
“Some properties in Montclair that he has seen seemed nice, Mr. Sanborn said.”
“He has installed a charging dock at his own expense at his Italian restaurant in Montclair, N.J., and even started a blog, at minie250. blogspot.com, to describe his experience.”
“By the time he reaches his restaurant in Montclair, he 's traveled an additional 11 miles of highway and city roads, at an average p ace of 40 miles per hour.”
“Upon completion of high school in Montclair, he entered the Capuchin Order.”
“I guess you are not aware that I have a Concierge Service based in Montclair and serving New Jersey (mostly the northern part).”
“Tyree, who went to high school in Montclair, less than 10 miles from Giants Stadium, made the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2005 when he made 16 special teams tackles (13 solo) and blocked a punt.”
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